The Maryland Transit Administration has announced adjustments to its MARC and commuter bus service because of the weather.
Getting to work by bus or rail could get pricey for Marylanders starting January 1.
They didn’t survive the impact, but did they die taking a chance to beat an oncoming train? That’s one avenue investigators are examining in a deadly collision between an SUV and a MARC train.
The MARC commuter rail service in Maryland say it’s running fewer trains due to low ridership in the wintry weather.
The trip to Washington, D.C. just got a little bit easier. Saturday, the Maryland Transit Administration launched the start of weekend MARC train service between Washington and Baltimore.
With many furloughed federal workers in the nation’s capital going home early Tuesday, MARC commuter rail is adjusting its afternoon schedule.
Maryland is putting those new gas tax dollars to use. There’s new money for Baltimore’s Light Rail Red Line, even though residents still differ on whether it’s a good idea.
Tens of thousands of Marylanders depend on MARC train service for their workday commutes. The state showed off its latest investment Monday.
Police say two people walking on tracks were hit and killed by a freight train Thursday morning.
As Metro ridership falls, some people are moving to other forms of public transit.
Maryland is expanding MARC rail service beyond the work week.
Virginia Railway Express and MARC are warning passengers that travel may be slowed by heat-related speed restrictions.